Lawsuit Filed after Deadly Crash Involving Greyhound Bus and Freightliner

On August 30, 2018, a freightliner truck-tractor driven by an employee of JAG Transportation suffered a tread separation of its left front tire while traveling eastbound on I-40 in McKinley County, New Mexico.

Following the tread separation, the freightliner crossed a 33-foot-wide earthen median, jackknifed, and continued into the westbound lanes where it struck a Greyhound bus carrying 48 passengers and its driver. Of the 49 people onboard the Greyhound bus, eight people were killed and dozens more were injured.

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Our team at The Ammons Law Firm has filed a lawsuit on behalf a man who was killed and a woman who was seriously injured in the crash. In the lawsuit, attorneys Rob Ammons and John Gsanger have identified Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations, JAG Transportation, the driver of the freightliner, Greyhound, the driver of the Greyhound bus, and the New Mexico Department of Transportation as parties responsible for the deadly head-on collision.

The Ammons Law Firm has a nationwide personal injury practice focusing on tire defects, truck accidents, rollovers, consumer protection and product liability, catastrophic injury, wrongful death, post-collision fires, seatbelt defects, airbag defects and plant explosions. Our attorneys are prepared to help victims of this dreadful crash obtain the justice and compensation they deserve.

Contact The Ammons Law Firm today to discuss your truck accident case with our firm.